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by on October 14th, 2011

Dennis Ritchie died today at the age of 70. Who was he and why you should care? Well there are 2 main reasons that make him a very important person in the history of computer science.

  • Unix
  • C

He is the one that co-created Unix and he is also the one who created the C programming language. Unix Operating System and C Programming language are among the most important inventions in the history computer software. Without these inventions, we might not be able to see the computer and mobile devices the way they are nowadays. C language and Unix are the 2 things on which the modern software world is built upon.

by on July 6th, 2011

After unveiling of one of the epic features of Google+ called hangout that allows users to make video calls online with an awesome user experience, Facebook is now also announcing soon the the video calling feature that will allow Facebook users to make video calls.


Facebook video calling is not officially announced yet but it is ready and working! somewhere on internet, the direct link to the video calling page got leaked or discovered.

by on July 1st, 2011

A year ago I left ProgrammerFish for a project called MerryCode. It is going well and finally I got time to get back to ProgrammerFish. ProgrammerFish is inactive from couple of months because the other co-founder Salman has also become busy after co-founding, a startup,TunaCode that provides GPU accelerated computer solutions (Checkout CUVILib, one of their CUDA based library that is doing good)


I  wont have much time to write here because soon I will get busy in some other projects but we will be hiring bloggers and we already got some new contributors that will keep writing the quality content and I will remain attached to ProgrammerFish by being the Community Manager.

by on March 25th, 2010

I, Umair Khan Jadoon, the co-founder and editor in chief of ProgrammerFish will not be editing or publishing any content  on this blog for now. That means Salman Ul Haq will now be solely running this blog and I will still be acting as co-founder but will not be able to discharge my editorial tasks. You can catch me up at my new blog: MerryCode.

I will be focusing on my new blog so I will not be able to stay active here, that’s why I have left it for Salman. Keep reading ProgrammerFish for more interesting articles.

Your suggestions on how ProgrammerFish can quench your reading instincts will really help.

by on March 22nd, 2010

image20Today at MIX 2010, Microsoft rolled out Windows Phone 7 Series Developer Tools CTP. To get started with these developer tools, Channel 9 just got updated with a Windows Phone 7 Series Training course. The course offers an idea of Windows Phone 7 Series development for beginners. 

by on March 22nd, 2010

Today at Mix 2010, Microsoft rolled out the developer tools for Windows Phone 7 Series. The CTP of these developers tools work with Visual Studio 2010 RC and allows you to build apps for Windows Phone 7 Series. image

The Windows Phone 7 Series Developer Tools CTP includes the following:

by on March 22nd, 2010

imageToday, Microsoft will kick off sessions and keynotes about Silverlight, Windows Phone 7, Windows Azure and other designer and developer tools at MIX 2010. Keynotes will be live streamed on 15th and 16th March 2010 on 9:00 AM P.D.T(click here to see time for your region).


Microsoft MIX is an annual conference for web designers and developers. Keynotes from Bill Buxton, Scott Guthrie, Dean Hachamovitch, Joe Belfiore will be streamed live.

by on March 14th, 2010

nokia_silverlight 2 years ago, Microsoft and Nokia announced that the Symbian OS will get Silverlight support.  2 days ago, Microsoft made the Silverlight for Symbian beta with developer tools live but was made unavailable later. It is expected that now the beta will get released in the Mix Web Conference.

by on March 11th, 2010

%tagsGuys at Engadget got an opportunity to see some of the games running on ASUS Windows Phone 7 prototype and built with XNA Game Studio 4.0. Microsoft didn’t let them take any photo or video. Although Microsoft gave them some of the screenshots of the 2 upcoming Windows Phone 7 Series Games.

by on March 8th, 2010

One of the most loved 3D fighting game and my favorite: Tekken is now coming to iPhone. FoneHome has confirmed that Tekken is at the end of development process and it will hopefully make an appearance in the App store in March 2010.tekken

It’s not confirmed that it will be the classic version of Tekken or a scaled down version of Tekken 6. As reported by FoneHome:

by on March 8th, 2010

apple-ipad-1 Last night in the Oscars, Apple aired the first TV commercial of iPad. Steve Jobs was also there at the ceremony. This 30 seconds advertisement is very inspiring. Airing advertisements on the events like this is really valuable. Apple’s marketing strategies have proved great success in the past years.

by on March 4th, 2010

oscars-logo If you are a Hollywood fan and you love Oscars then this is for you. I just spotted the free Oscars App on the Apple App Store that is officially from The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences. The app allows you to have a look at Oscar nominees, get insider information about movies, view trailers, make predictions and look at the predictions made by other users of the app.

by on March 4th, 2010

According to Examiner’s Report, Apple employees will get an early availability of Apple iPad on March 10. Daryl Deino reports that Apple employees will experience the Apple iPad on March 10 and they have confirmed this with an Apple Store manager in Southern California. ipad-8gb

Other related most likely to happen rumors about the iPad are (as reported by Examiner Report):

by on March 4th, 2010

skype_logo Skype, the world’s most popular app that allows users to make voice and calls over the internet, is now available at the Ovi Store. Over 200 million Nokia devices can now download it and make free Skype-to-Skype calls from their phones.

by on March 4th, 2010

HTC-HD2 When Windows Phone 7 was announced, there was a sound for the chance of possibility that the HTC HD2 will be one of the Windows mobile device that will get the Windows Phone 7 update. 2 days ago, Neowin reported that WinMo 6.5.X phones are not compatible for Windows Phone 7 Series. Natasha Kwan, the General Manager for Microsoft's Mobile Communications Business in the Asia-Pacific region, said:

“the powerful HD2 "doesn't qualify because it doesn't have the three buttons." 

It is now officially confirmed by Microsoft that HTC HD2 will not get the Windows Phone 7 update.